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Bug#334503: error when attempt to run startx

reassign xserver-xfree86

On Tue, Oct 18, 2005 at 06:11:27AM -0500, Will Phelps wrote:
> I was installing Debian and everything appeared to go well even it
> saying thanks for installing.  Then when it goes to run for the first
> time it gives me a command line, so I type startx.  Then it gives me
> an error message tells me to make sure and send you the whole xfree86
> log file which could be found at var/log/xfree86.0.log  I was
> attempting to create a dual boot system.  My question is: since I can
> only log into in windows where I know whats going on because I can
> see, how do I mail you that file?  I can log into my debian os it is
> just that it is at command prompt and I don't know how to mail the
> file to you while giving you some sort of idea that it is from me.
> Can you tell me what to do please? I installed the 2.6.8-2-386 version after
> getting the same result with the earlier version.   My computer's specs
> are as follows:

Please use the reportbug program on your Debian installation. Use it to
file a bug against xserver-xfree86, and it will automagically attach the
appropriate files. If that computer is online at all, it will mail the bug
to us.

 - David Nusinow

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